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GM executive closes Facebook account after defending the company


A top General Motors executive deactivated his Facebook account after he responded to a website that wrote dismissively about the company's shrinking U.S. auto market share. Mark Reuss, president of GM's North American operations, responded to an article on the automotive website TheDetroitBureau.com. The article on the site cited a recent U.S. General Accounting Office report that showed GM's market share ...
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[VIDEO] Watch the Corvette C7 pace car at the Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix
The very first video with the brand new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray pace car, shown in action at the Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix, has been recently released by the carmaker. The ...
GM Buys Durant-Dort Carriage plant in Flint, Michigan
GM agreed to buy the Durant-Dort Carriage plant in Flint, Michigan, a site considered by GM North America President Mark Reuss as GM’s ‘birthplace.’ The Durant-Dort Carriage plant is 133 years ...
GM’s New Mid-Size Trucks Hit the Market in 2014
GM’s all-new midsize trucks will be unveiled this autumn and will reach the market in 2014, according to GM North America President Mark Reuss. "Don't think of them as Canyon and ...
NASCAR president says Chevrolet may have pulled out without Gen-6 cars
Chevrolet may have exited NASCAR if the sanctioning body didn't agree to redesign race cars and make them more relevant to consumers. NASCAR president Mike Helton and Hendrick Motorsports owner Rick ...
GM considered Mark Reuss for CEO in 2010
GM's North American president, Mark Reuss, was considered for the top job at the U.S. carmaker in 2010 when the board chose Dan Akerson. According to an excerpt from a forthcoming ...
Report: GM cuts Chevrolet Sonic and Buick Verano production
GM has stopped production at its Lake Orion plant in Michigan where the Chevrolet Sonic and Buick Verano are built. The factory is one of several plants where shifts have been ...
Chevrolet finds fix for Volt’s battery
General Motors announced on Thursday it has found a fix to the battery pack for the Chevrolet Volt which will eliminate the risk of fire in the aftermath of a ...
GM insists Volt is safe, offers loaner vehicles to nervous customers
In the aftermath of NHTSA's experience with the Chevrolet Volt, which caught fire after completing crash-tests, General Motors wants to reassure customers that its environmentally-friendly car is safe. Last week, the ...

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